Chances are whenever you walk into a serious color suite anywhere around the world, you will find a color control surface or set of color control panels. They provide tactile control over on-screen parameters. In this video, authors Robbie Carman and Patrick Inhofer walk you through the benefits of using the Avid Artist Color panel.
- Pat, up next on our magical mystery tour…of control surfaces, is a control surface…that's actually had a name change since I first used it.…This panel that I have in front of me, is…well, when I bought it originally was called…the Euphonix MC Color,…and this is actually your panel…that also is a Euphonix MC Color.…Well, a couple years ago, Avid decided to buy Euphonix.…- They did.…- So, you'll also see these same panels…now branded as the Avid MC Color.…- Actually, they call it the Avid Artist Color.…
- That's right. Yup.…- And, there's a question that people have,…it's like well, maybe people are going to buy it on eBay,…and they wonder, is there a difference between…the Avid Artist Color and the Euphonix MC Color,…and the answer is no.…Avid bought them and them promptly hasn't done anything…with the surface, so…- Other than an added logo right there.…- They put the Avid logo on there, and that's about it.…Otherwise, functionality is the same.…Firmwares haven't changed in years,…so they work exactly the same way.…
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